Renewable energy

generating income from natural assets

Bidwells delivers market-leading services to clients wishing to explore the opportunities renewable energy options present, as a source of income.

Renewables technologies, the financial incentives supporting them and the policy regulating them change quickly – with each technology requiring different considerations.

Our integrated team has extensive expertise, enabling us to offer insights into a range of renewable energy sources, including established technologies such as; onshore wind, hydroelectricity and solar energy; as well as the growing markets for anaerobic digestion and energy storage.

Our experience will enable you to make confident, informed decisions. We work across the UK with a diverse range of clients, from public sector bodies such as Forestry Commission Scotland to investors, farmers, landowners and local communities.

Our expertise ranges from Option Development Agreements, due diligence and feasibility studies, to the project management of putting renewable energy solutions in place on behalf of clients.

We’re here to help, whether you’re an investor looking to make good returns from a growing sector, or a landowner investigating ways to diversify and secure an alternative income stream.

We work to support both those that are new to the sector, such as landowners keen to spread risk, diversify or maximise income from low-value land, and those experienced operators seeking to expand their investment in renewables. Our team can help at every level.

Some of the ways we can help with your renewable energy projects:

  • Options, leases and wayleave agreements

  • Feasibility studies and site assessments

  • Valuations

  • Planning advice

  • Tenders and due diligence

  • Connection to the National Grid

  • Advice on price-modelling and incentives

  • Rental management

  • Project management and construction

  • Tree crop compensation and habitat management

  • Communities energy projects

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